July 3, 2017

Are you ready for this? #MotivationMonday

When you work from home, Mondays don’t always mean the same thing to us they mean to folks who work in an office or a school or—pretty much any reason that means you have to leave the house.  So what does Monday mean for me? All the two-legged distractions toddle off to their own tasks whether it’s a job at an office, volunteer work, or education. All the emails I’ve been waiting on answers to, will come in.  All the blogs I keep meaning to write, will get written.  Bills I waited to pay over the weekend need to be […]
September 16, 2015

Writer Wednesday: Modern Heroines

I love a good heroine. I’ll grant you, I think sexy leading men are a real plus too, but if the heroine is a wishy-washy character, particularly when utilizing her viewpoint, then those typically turn me off. So let’s back up for a little history here. I started reading romances when I was about nine years old. My grandmother used to read them to me when I was much younger, but the very first time I read one on my own it was a novel by Penny Jordan called Escape from Desire, published in 1982. To this day, I remember […]
September 19, 2011

Save the Date: Author Moments

“Britain’s Kindest Kid”, Harry Moseley, is more than a nice kid with a big heart; he’s a real life hero. An eleven-year old hero with an inoperable brain tumor who has raised over £500,000.00 for Cancer Research UK. Joining Harry in his quest for research funds, are an amazing group of 18 romance writers, along with a wonderful cover artist/graphic designer, who have come together to support Harry, and his charity: Cancer Research UK. “Author Moments” is a collection of essays written by these talented writers. As a bonus, each author has included an excerpt from one of their current, […]